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tonight. anti-american demonstrations continue outside the gates of the u.s. embassy there as washington mourns the death of our ambassador in neighboring libya in what now appears to be a premeditated american attack. the three other americans also died in the attack. >> the administration vowed to bring the killer to justice and found its response to the killings has become an issue to the presidential campaign. gary neurenberg is here to bring us up to date. >> reporter: area muslims here in washington condemned the libyan attack and gathered outside the white house to honor stevens, whom many knew and respected. they lighted candles and observed a moment of silence for ambassador stevens and three other americans who were killed yesterday. >> the events that took place yesterday in libya don't represent the faults and actions of the great people of libya nor of the great people of the muslim nation. >> reporter: as for those who carried out the attack -- >> they should get condemned. they deserve nothing but condemnation. >> reporter: this internet video prompted demonstrations in li
report out today that says the u.s. economy added far fewer jobs than expected in august. >> the jobs report this morning, by the way? 95,000, i believe, net new jobs created and almost 400,000 people dropped out of the work force all together. >> the white house points out that more jobs were added for the 30th month in a row, but the president acknowledges there's more work to do. he also told supporters in new hampshire, congress could get more people back to work if members pass his jobs bill when they return to washington next week. >> if the republicans are serious about being concerned about joblessness, we could create a million new jobs right now if congress would pass the jobs plan that i sent to them a year ago. >> the two candidates switch states tonight with the president heading to iowa and romney campaigning in new hampshire. we are just 60 days away from the november election. >>> and in that 60 days, we're going to be bombarded with political ads that make competing claims. we'll be looking at a lot of them in this newscast to see which are truthful, misleading, or
partly cloudy and cool. lows mid 50s outside of beltway to mid 60s in downtown. bruce, back to you. >> anny, thanks a lot. chaotic scene at the prince georges county fair where some people were actually trampled and injured as authorities tried to evacuate an area. 400 to 500 people were gathered at the infield when the storm started rolling through. officials began moving the crowds to shelter in the nearby showplace arena. as the storms got closer, some people panicked. >> obviously everybody could see the weather coming on. as a matter of fact, the wind started to blow. people were told to evacuate and they were feeling that reason. they could see that reason. there was an urgency to leave the open air and get into a covered building, such as this one. >> 12 people were injured, four were taken to the hospital. tents and equipment were damaged. the fair will resume tomorrow. >>> people were scrambling to find shelter in an outdoor event in virginia as surae chinn report, strong winds brought down the stage injuring a worker there. >> more than a thousand people were out here
news to talk about out of libya. a state department officer was killed during an attack on the u.s. consulate today. secretary of state hillary rodham clinton said she's called the libyan president to protect americans on libyan soil. >>> a high school student's killer is still out there on the loose somewhere. tonight 18-year-old marckel ross was shot dead on the street just walking to class this morning. the teenager was regarded as a strong student and a bright spirit at central high in capitol heights. ross's family says he was a track athlete, in rotc and an honor student. he came in9 from anne arundel county and he got bullied because he was new. they called the bullies haters. >> when you have children go to school, they're smart. everybody likes them. they enter all type of activities. and en you have the kids on the side smoking the drugs and very, very unfortunate and those are the ones that come after the other children. that's what i mean when i say hate. >> now, marckel's m said she did complain to school officials. her son's life at school did get better after one par
it. and as part of an effort, a u.s. marine rapid response team has now been dispatched to sudan. teams have already been sent to yemen and libya. derek. >>. >>> well, there is some bad news on the economic front. credit rating is downgraded in the united states. debt from aa to aaaa minus. the firm says purchasing billions of dollars in mortgage bounds actually reduces the value of the dollar and raises the price of commodities like oil, and that hurts businesses and consumers. >>> tonight at 11:00, we've got brand new video of a man police are trying to track down. last thursday night, a woman was sexually assaulted along 45th place in northeast washington. police say that man in the striped shirt followed the victim through the tunnel at the dean wood metro station. he was wearing a striped polo and khakis. a guy in his 20s about 5'7", around 160 pounds. if you have information about what happened that night, please call police. >>> we have also got an update on a story we brought you last night at 11:00. >> a fairfax county man whose death sentence and conviction has been thr
carren with more. >> reporter: michael brochu has a history of child sex offense dating back to the 1980s. in 1983, a howard county judge sentenced him to five years in prison. but then suspended the entire system. 53-year-old michael brochu of bowie is now under investigation for the sexual abuse of four children. >> the victims are four boys, and they range from age 6-11 years of age. >> reporter: he assaulted them in his home. one victim told police brochu would fond will him at the somehow -- fondle him at the shower and give him money after each encounter. the boy told police he would use that money to buy treats at the snack bar. >> some were in his care. others, for example, this 11-year-old, the recent arrest, he did not know this individual. >> reporter: in fact, brochu had been arrested for allegedly arresting children and posted bond both times. he was rearrested last week after the 11-year-old came forward. >> we have no comment. >> reporter: at brochu's home, his wife and adult daughter declined an interview but confirmed brochu is behind bars. in the meantime, police fear other child
. fredericksburg, lower 80s. annapolis, you cooled down to 79. so still fairly warm out there. what can you expect tomorrow as you're waking up for your sunday? a mild start. temperatures bottoming out only in the 70s. a chance of showers late in the morning. by the afternoon, we'll see some scattered showers and thunderstorms. i'll talk more about those storm chances and how long isaac will affect us in this seven-day forecast. bruce, back to you. >> those storms are leaving some residents without power tonight. pepco, dominion power, bge are reporting a total of 10,000 customers without electricity. most of those are pepco customers in the district heights, palmer park and hill crest heights area of prince george's county. one moment, getting ready for a concert. the next, scores of people are ordered to move out as the storms move in. it all happened today at the maryland state fairgrounds as country music fans gathered for a concert. ken molestina here with those images. >> reporter: officials quickly escorted the crowds away. you'll recall last year a stage collapsed at the indiana state fair
sunglasses tomorrow morning. mid 50s to mid 60s at 5:00 and it will jump into the low 70s by 9:00. we'll come back and talk about a cold front approaching the metro . >>> a man who spent the last 11 years on death row in a prince william county murder for hire case is hoping he'll be out tomorrow. justin wolfe's conviction and death sentence were thrown out by a federal judge who found the prosecutors withheld key information. peggy fox spoke to justin's mom today. >> i think there will be a lot of people there for you. >> reporter: terry steinberg is talking to her 31-year-old son justin wolfe who has been in solitary confinement on death row for 11 years. >> that's been 11 years of ups and downs and disappointments and frustration and shock and disbelief. we were only allowed to hug him once every four months for the first few years. >> reporter: wolfe is now in the prince william county jail awaiting a bond hearing tomorrow. >> the doors are full of newspaper articles. >> reporter: wolfe's bedroom is frozen in time with memorabilia from his high school days. he was a running back at chant
us. we've got new developments in the muslim world. the state department is ordering nonessential u.s. government personnel and their families out of sudan and tunisia. anti-american protests continue in those countries and more all sparked by a film produced by an individual in this country. tonight the man behind that film is being questioned by federal authorities in california. >> reporter: nakoula basseley nakoula wrapped a towel around his face as police took him in for questioning. the southern california filmmaker is linked to an antimuslim web video that sparked deadly protests in the muslim world. >> he was never arrested, never detained, never in custody. it was all scroll voluntary. >> reporter: he denies directing the film but federal authorities want to know if his involvement violates a condition of his parole. he was convicted of bank fraudand is banned from using the internet. protests spread to australia saturday. police used pepper spray to push back hundreds of demonstrators outside the american consulate in sidney. >> we're demending mohammed's honor. >> reporter:
to the university of maryland's byrd stadium as temps hit the mid-90s in college park. seven people were taken to the hospital, three sick from alcohol. we're told everybody should be okay. >>> new at 11:00, a clerk fights off a gunman during an apparent robbery but the clerk is shot during the struggle. it happened this evening at an exxon station in lower maryland. the clerk was shot in the arm during that fight. the gunman took off running. >>> we now know the identity of the woman whose body was found wednesday in beltsville, maryland. tonight police are still looking for her killer. prince george's county police say the body of 22-year-old ingrid martinez alvarez was found wednesday morning in the beltsville neighborhood park on montgomery road. investigators are not saying how the woman died. >>> call police if you have any information about this. you could be eligible for a $25,000 reward. >>> have you seen this woman? she's 34-year-old aster solomon gazizi. she was last seen getting into a cab in front of her home on houston avenue in silver springs on thursday. call police if you have
an assault on the u.s. consulate on tuesday. president obama is calling on all nations to protect americans serving overseas. >> we must also send a clear and resolute message to the world, those who attack our people will find no escape from justice. >> reporter: the state department ordered nonessential government personnel to leave sudan and tunisia because of the continued threat of violence. >> in a web posting this weekend, al qaeda is calling for muslims to, quote, set the fires blazing in an effort to drive american embassies out of their countries. the top cleric in saudi arabia though is urging muslims not to be dragged by anger into violence. tonight the taliban is taking responsibility for the killing of two u.s. marines in afghanistan. they claim the attack was carried out to avenge the antiislamic film that insulted mohammed. >>> police in fairfax county are on the hunt for whoever shot out the windows of more than 25 cars in the falls area. a handful of those cars hit cars that were parked right outside a mosque and belonged to members of that congress. ken molestina explains
is the wakeup weather. it will be a dry commute. even dry in fredericksburg tomorrow. in the 70s by 7:00. and then 9:00, 76-83. we'll come back and talk about the prospect of storms tomorrow and a much better prospect about the weekend. we'll tell you what day will be better. >>> a birth here in washington dc. an elderly man passed away and he is now one of the 87 people killed this year by the disease. now, one way to protect yourself from west nile, you have to stop those mosquitoes and that can mean removing the standing water from around your home because that is their breeding ground. >>> well, home from the hospital tonight, an elderly woman attacked by a beaver that was sick with rabies. the beaver from hell is what she calls it. 83-year-old lillian peterson was bitten tuesday night while she was out takingm in lake bar crawl in falls church. >> i kept aiming at his eyes thinking that if i knocked his eyes out he wouldn't be able to see. all i wanted to do is get rid of the [ bleep ] and that was it. >> it was pretty tough out there. in fact, lillian says if it wasn't for a fri
in the 70s. winds southeast at around 10 miles per hour. tomorrow morning as you're waking up, i'm not concerned about a lot of showers in the morning. maybe a couple of spots of showers. temperatures will bottom out in the 70s. by 11:00, we could see more showers and storms and as the day progresses into the afternoon and evening hours, more scattered showers and storms. don't cancel the barbecue just yet. bruce, back to you. >>> shift gears. charlotte started to welcome some 35,000 people to town for the democratic national convention. the official program kicks off on tuesday. delegates are eager to talk up their candidates, president barack obama. danielle nottingham has the latest from charlotte. >> reporter: with choppers in the air and an army of security on the ground, charlotte is ready for the democrats. but just days after mitt romney and the gop put on their big show in tampa, are democrats ready for the spotlight? >> president obama needs to continue what he has been saying which is the truth. >> reporter: the romney campaign disagrees saying president obama has plen
chance of a sprinkle. in the 70s by 7:00. 74 to 80 with some breaks in clouds by 9:00. we will come back. we will talk about where these storms are going to go overnight and if another batch will come in just in time for your evening commute. >> all right, topper. >>> labor day marks the end of summer. tomorrow kids across the area head back to school, if they're not already. with that, expect plenty of traffic in the morning. terrible tuesday, they call it. not only will you be heading to work but the school buses will be out in full force. >>> tonight, president obama got a firsthand look at some of the damage louisiana suffered from hurricane isaac. he met with families in hard- hit st. john the baptist parish, 30 miles outside new orleans. some folks there say the newlevee system caused more flooding in their street. >> we be are getting on the case very quickly about figuring out what exactly happened here, what can we do to make sure it doesn't happen again. >> the president praised law officers who risked their own life during the storm to rescue families who ended up on their roo
s in manassas, gaithersburg, frederick and leesburg. so, yes, we have a heat index tonight. we'll keep it dry. some breaks in the clouds by 9:00. we'll talk about the chances for more storms tomorrow and hotter air moving in. >>> well, do you think you ought to have to pay for an inmate's sex change operation? a federal judge thinks you should. a story that has everybody talking is still ahead. >>> and up next, a former police sergeant accused of murdering his wife waits to find out his fate. >>> tomorrow jurors will begin deliberating drew peterson's fate. he is the former chicago area police sergeant accused of murdering his third wife. her body was found in a bathtub in 2004. peterson wasn't charged until after his fourth wife stacey disappeared in 2007. she is still missing. prosecutors say he killed savio because he feared a pending divorce settlement will wipe him out. >>> you have to hear a story out of massachusetts. taxpayers will foot the bill for a prison inmate to get a sex change. michelle kosalak was born a man but now is a woman in an all man prison. he is servin
that was really -- that was right at the end of it. it was the last, i swear to god, the last two day s of my drinking. absolutely. >> so you were going for it. craig: i was getting it done. yeah. [applause] >> well, i will tell her. then i'm going back to budapest. craig: i like budapest. very nice. have you been to that little market on the bridge? >> i've been everywhere. craig: it is great. well, i think we have all learned something. [laughter] go ahead. >> i don't wear these in budapest. i keep these for -- they actually match your carpet. craig: yeah, if you hasn't tucked your trousers into your boots, you would have blended right in. disaster avoided, jeremy. jeremy irons, everybody. we'll be right back. [ stella ] here's me. and here's my depression. before i started taking abilify, i was taking an antidepressant alone. most days i could get out from under and carry on. but other days i still struggled with my depression. i was handling it... but sometimes it still dragged me down. i'd been feeling stuck for a long time. so i talked to my doctor and she added abilify to my antidepres
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:00. in the 70s. just humid by 7:00. and 76-83 with partly cloudy skies by 9:00. we'll come back, we'll talk about the potential for more storms here and look ahead to the weekend. >> thank you, topper. >>> new tonight at 11:00, the secret service investigating the reported theft of republican presidential candidate mitt romney's federal tax letters. a letter demanded a million dollars in ransom to prevent those papers from being disclosed. now, the senator claims the returns were stolen back in august during a watergate style break in at the company's offices in franklin, tennessee. >>> a federal judge has ruled officers in arizona can enforce a controversial state immigration law. under that law, once they've targeted somebody for a crime, they can ask that person about the immigration status to see if they're here illegally. it has been at the center of a court battle over the past two years. opponents have been arguing it would lead to racial profiling. >>> fairfax county police raided a suspected dog fighting ring in alexandria today. as matt jablow reports, one man was arrested and a n
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